Next Tuesday, 30 July from 7 p. Restrictions or threats to artistic freedom are a bitter reality in Europe, both within and outside the European Union. Why do we keep taking pictures? Louis, Mo. The series can be visited free of charge and will be continued next year after three further dates in Berliner Herbstsalon, De-heimatize it!
The exhibited photographs resulted from a donation from The Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation. Eros in Asia was the first Kinsey Institute exhibition to highlight its extensive collection of erotic artwork from across Asian. Secret Impressions: The Mass Production of Erotica Prior to the Camera January 23—July 31, Kinsey Institute Gallery Secret Impressions presented a selection of lithographs, engravings, etchings and woodblock prints from the midth century and earlier. On weekends, in the small hip club, before well-known DJs with Indie, Soul, Electro and Breakbeats demonstrate their skills, Rock and Indie bands fill the basement with their sounds. In , an anonymous American collector generously donated more than six hundred original artworks to The Kinsey Institute. Pornceptual was launched by photographer Chris Philips about two years ago and, as its name suggests, wants to conceptualize pornographic aesthetics.
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George Balanchine and his Dancers exhibited photographs from the Kinsey Institute's important collection of work by the 20th century American photographer George Platt Lynes. Hornak — lived and worked in New York, where he was one of the founding artists of the Photorealist and the Hyperrealist movements. Eroticism and Music February 6—March 2, Kinsey Institute Gallery Eroticism and Music featured a selection of artwork illustrating the connection between eroticism and music. Kinsey Confidential was inspired by the Kinsey Institute's syndicated newspaper column titled of the same name.
Description: Locations for grown-ups Berlin's unique and exhilarating nightlife attracts countless visitors aged from 18, coming especially for the underground techno clubs , fetish parties , erotic performances and more. The Casino has the motto Street Art. The selection included pulp fiction paperbacks from the s, illustrated erotic novels, underground comic books, Japanese pillow books, and other narrative texts. Bring Your Own Body presented the work of transgender artists and archives, from the institutional and sexological to the personal and liminal.